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Navigating the Digital Transition

Navigating the Digital Transition

Date: 3 September 2019

In response to fears surrounding the impending analogue to digital shift, a halfway house solution is offered to smooth the choppy waters of transitioning your telephony and telecare infrastructure by Max Stevens, CSL Group We are all aware of the issues that are (or will be) caused by the

Why Isn't Our TEC Industry Booming?

Why Isn't Our TEC Industry Booming?

Date: 3 September 2019

New digital solutions will enable both preventative activities, a means of sharing data and provide services that will appeal to consumers, by Adrian Scaife, Alcuris Ltd. On first glance the numbers of people using our services should be growing year on year along with the success of our

TSA Responds to ADASS Survey in Adult Social Services

TSA Responds to ADASS Survey in Adult Social Services

Date: 12 July 2019

ADASS has published its latest budget survey of Directors of Adult Social Services with headline 'Human Cost of Failing to Address the Crisis in Adult Social Care.' TSA's Chair Alyson Scurfield and Business Strategy & Transformation Lead Nathan Downing discuss why social care in the UK has now

Connected Communities, Connected Care

Connected Communities, Connected Care

Date: 20 November 2017

By Alyson Scurfield, Chief Executive of TSA 20 November 2017 Amongst the many health IT events each year, the International Technology Enabled Care conference stands out for its special focus on the people who will benefit the most from innovative solutions – users, patients and carers who can be

The Disruptors and the Displaced

The Disruptors and the Displaced

Date: 20 November 2017

By Paul Burstow 20 November 2017 Do you want to be the disruptor or the displaced? I posed this question at this year’s International Technology Enabled Care conference in Birmingham because, for me, it sums up the opportunity and the challenge facing UK TECS. How does the sector respond to the

The End of Grudge and Guilt

The End of Grudge and Guilt

Date: 20 November 2017

By Stuart Sheehy 20 November 2017 When and how will a consumer market develop for independent living technology? The question is definitely a matter of when, not if. The factors driving this are well known: Substantial growth in our older population; Improving medical technology, allowing people

Making the Leap from A to D

Date: 25 July 2017

Paul Allis Brain in Hand 25 July 2017 Faced with increasing demand for services and tightening budgets, commissioners and providers expect digital technology to play a significant role in the transformation of healthcare services. The push to harness the opportunities digital technology can

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